Consequence = adding a stimulus Consequence = remove a stimulus
Behaviorincreases positive ratification
Behavior is followed by adding a pleasant stimulus
negative ratification
Behavior is followed by removing an unpleasant stimulus
Behaviordecreases Positive punishment
Behavior is followed by adding an unpleasant stimulus (Disapproving looks, shouting…)
Negative punishment
Behavior is followed by removing a pleasant stimulus (Ex Time-out)

Punishment in this blog post is not the same as what people usually call punishment.

I will use these terminology in upcoming blog posts.

Source:Psychology Marc Brysbaert (The book I have to read for my GTO training)

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